Snowshoeing (Canadian Tourism Commission photo)
Snowshoeing in the Thompson Okanagan takes place everywhere from ski resorts to the snowy backcountry of provincial parks.
The region's four major resorts – Apex, Big White, Silver Star and Sun Peaks – offer snowshoeing trails and guided tours, including night walks, spectacular sunsets and chocolate fondues. View stunning vistas at the family-friendly Mount Baldy ski area, or head to Wells Gray Provincial Park for backcountry experiences, including guided tours into this vast wilderness park.
Tours and equipment rentals are available at many of the larger snowshoe areas, and many outdoor stores also have rentals. Check with local Visitor Centres for trail maps and information.
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123 Shortt St
Silver Star Mountain Resort, British Columbia
Silver Star Mountain Resort is a family oriented, snowy wonderland located in BC's sunny Okanagan. The resort is set against an enchanting Victorian village & is renowned for its snowboarding, downhill & Nordic skiing & abundance of light, dry champagne powder. Other popular activities include skating, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and tubing. With its mild temperatures, large variety of terrain & something for everyone, it's no wonder why Silver Star is known as My Mountain. Visit our website for additional activities.
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1280 Alpine Rd
Sun Peaks Resort, British Columbia
Sun Peaks is located in BC's sunny interior, just a 4 hr drive or quick flight from Vancouver. Sun Peaks offers surprising diversity for the beginner to the expert skier across 3 mountains with 124 runs, 2 alpine bowls, 13 glade areas, 882 m of vertical, all on 1114 ha (3,678 ac) of alpine terrain. All of these numbers add up to make it Canada's third largest resort. Combine 31 km of Nordic trails, loads of other winter activities, an intimate ski through village lined with hotels, shops, & restaurants, it equals a memorable holiday getaway for the entire family.
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